09.11.16

Analog Way announces InfoComm MEA 2016 line up

Analog Way VIO 4K converter front and back view
Analog Way Vio 4K converter

Analog Way has announced that it will be showcasing products including Vio 4K and Ascender 48 – 4K – PL at InfoComm Middle East & Africa. The event will take place from 6 to 8 December, 2016 at the Dubai World Trade Centre.

In addition to presenting its Vio 4K multi-format converted for LED wall applications, the manufacturer will demonstrate updates to its Ascender 48 - 4K – PL multi-screen switcher and the LiveCore platform – new for the show.

The Vio 4K converter features 7 inputs and 1 multi-plug outputs and allows operators to scale and cross-convert several signals (including Dual-link DVI, DisplayPort, HDMI and 6G-SDI) and supporting formats up to 4K 30Hz 4:4:4 (4K 60Hz 4:4:4 via expansion modules). An audio processing module with professional XLR analog and AES/EBU audio connections is available, with a module able to input/output up to 8 audio channels from/to a Dante audio network expected to be released later this year. In total VIO 4K features up to 9 inputs and 3 independent outputs.

Designed for non-standard signal management, Vio 4K also offers output rotation with no additional latency, custom output resolution, advanced management of the area of interest and unlimited layer resizing capabilities. It is controlled via a 3.5-in TFT colour screen presenting live visualisation of sources and audio monitoring.

Part of Analog Way’s LiveCore series of 4K AV video processors, the Ascender 48 - 4K – PL switcher has 48 scalers – featuring 12 inputs, 4 outputs, and 6 true-seamless scaled layers, plus a native background layer per output. Its Perspective Layers option allows for the animation of live layers with a virtual viewing perspective in real time with X, Y, Z axis rotation control. Among the updates to the LiveCore version is the possibility to manage the frames and logos of the linked slave device from the master device and reduced latency in “follow mode.” Furthermore, when two LiveCore units are linked together, 8 frames and 8 logos are available instead of 4. Operators can now also set a different rate from the internal rate to an output on 4 output LiveCore units.

Analog Way will exhibit at InfoComm MEA at booth Z6-8.